If you draw all of the diagonals in a hexagon and no three diagonals meet at a point (as would occur if, for example, the hexagon were regular), then the diagonals divide the hexagon into 25 regions as shown above.

This month's question is: if you draw all of the diagonals in a dodecagon
(12-sided polygon) and no three diagonals meet at a point, how many
regions do the diagonals create?